Church ministries reach out to special-needs families


Their special calling: Don Crane (with his son Kendyll) and his family are following the biblical calling "to care for widows and orphans," Crane says. The Cranes adopted two boys - Kendyll, 4; and Nathan, 6 months - who have special needs. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD — If one really wanted to get to the touchstone of a person’s life, listening to prayers – the unvarnished expressions of need, fear, desire and gratitude – might be an excellent place to start.

At Friendship Bible study, held every Tuesday for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities at Brandywine Community Church, the prayer requests could be the prayer list at any Sunday school or Bible study.

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